Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 -  Ebuyer
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Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 - Ebuyer

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Found 30th Jan
Wider Viewing Angle

IPS technology* with wide 178°ree;/178°ree; viewing angle lets you

decide from which perspective you want to enjoy the brilliantly

clear-cut images of the Acer H7 series monitors - the admirable high

quality panel always looks its best.

Zero Frame The zero-frame design maximises its viewing area and provides more seamless viewing experience for multi-monitor setups.


Masterful Premium Design

The fine diamond cut on the metallic arm and silver base present the H7

in an appealing and luxurious fashion. The stand and frame are made of

strong aluminium to ensure a solid and distinctive feeling of slimness

and style. The backside is held in a glossy and pure black.


Great Eye-protection

Acer EyeProtect incorporates several features to reduce eye strain and

eye fatigue for heavy users. It includes flicker-less technology that

eliminates screen flicker for a comfortable view through a stable supply

of power. The ComfyView panel includes an anti-glare matte surface,

which reduces mirror-like reflections from light sources and improves

viewing in bright light.


Technical Specification

Display

  • Screen Size: 68.6 cm (27")
  • Screen Mode: 4K UHD
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Backlight Technology: LED
  • Panel Technology: In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology
  • Tilt Angle: -5°to15°
Video

  • Maximum Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Standard Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Colour Support: 1.07 Billion Colors
  • Contrast Ratio: 100,000,000:1
  • Brightness: 350 cd/m²
Audio

  • Built in Speakers
Interfaces

  • DVI
  • HDMI
Package Contents

  • H277HK Widescreen LCD Monitor
  • 1x DVI Cable
  • 1x DisplayPort Cable
  • Power Cord
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24 Comments
60hz refresh on ebuyer website
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simmobb216 m ago

Isn't this the same at …Isn't this the same at £230.00?https://www.debenhamsplus.com/p/1224625/acer-h277hkmidx-27-inch-full-hd-monitor?refsource=DEadwords&refsource=Deadwords&gclid=CjwKCAiAqbvTBRAPEiwANEkyCLbzxF10bIbzupr_y3jfIs4bAgJ4x3qwNWw7xx87Ghw6AJy-juxvmhoCO5kQAvD_BwE


Check the title. Says full HD not 4k 😧
Wouldn't like to try and game on that monitor, given that it's 60Hz. For Youtube videos and watching Netflix/productivity it'll be a great buy.
Agree with this. Many people game at 60hz just fine. Personally I have a Dell Ultrasharp IPS display, it's 60hz but I overclocked to 80hz which is nice. Most game I play only get around 90FPS at 1440p and max detail anyway.
joshp3 m ago

Agree with this. Many people game at 60hz just fine. Personally I have a …Agree with this. Many people game at 60hz just fine. Personally I have a Dell Ultrasharp IPS display, it's 60hz but I overclocked to 80hz which is nice. Most game I play only get around 90FPS at 1440p and max detail anyway.


Can I ask how you overclocked your monitor?
joshp1 h, 13 m ago

Agree with this. Many people game at 60hz just fine. Personally I have a …Agree with this. Many people game at 60hz just fine. Personally I have a Dell Ultrasharp IPS display, it's 60hz but I overclocked to 80hz which is nice. Most game I play only get around 90FPS at 1440p and max detail anyway.


You're gonna have hell of a rig to push a locked 80fps at 3840 x 2160. Most people will struggle to get a locked 60fps at 4K.

That's:
269% more pixels than 1440p
300% more pixels than 1080p


4K @ 60Hz is fine.

Unless you're willing to buy two 1080Tis or a Titan V/Titan Xp.
Edited by: "ollie87" 30th Jan
deleted5795930th Jan

He didn't say he had a 4k Display, sounded like he has a Dell Ultrasharp …He didn't say he had a 4k Display, sounded like he has a Dell Ultrasharp 1440 display.



He didn't, no, but read what I said again.
Edited by: "ollie87" 30th Jan
It was the magic 30fps not all that long ago, then 60fps, now others likening anything less than 144fps to having dirt rubbed in their eyes.
Grabbed one. Been looking for a 4k monitor for a while. And the aesthetics match my HP 24xw I got a year back!
Marekj35 m ago

It was the magic 30fps not all that long ago, then 60fps, now others …It was the magic 30fps not all that long ago, then 60fps, now others likening anything less than 144fps to having dirt rubbed in their eyes.


It's always been 60fps in PC-land.
ollie871 h, 52 m ago

It's always been 60fps in PC-land.


No it hasn’t. The HD 5870 was a revelation when it was released as it could break the 30fps barrier at 1900x1200 in the AAA titles of the day. All for less than £300. That sort of performance required CF//SLI setup in the previous generation, which would cost you £600 plus. Or spring for a GTX 295, but that card was a disaster.

60fps at anything approaching max details at a decent resolution was the stuff of dreams.
Edited by: "Marekj" 30th Jan
Marekj4 m ago

No it hasn’t. The HD 5870 was a revelation when it was released as it c …No it hasn’t. The HD 5870 was a revelation when it was released as it could break the 30fps barrier at 1900x1200 in the AAA titles of the day. All for less than £300. That sort of performance required CF//SLI setup in the previous generation, which would cost you £600 plus. Or spring for a GTX 295, but that card was a disaster.



I've been a PC gamer since the early 90s, 60fps has ALWAYS been the target. You'd just turn down the settings until you got there.

I remember playing Unreal Tournament at those frames back in the day back in 1999, and before that I aimed for 60fps in all the games I played as it matched the refresh rate of the 17 inch monitor I got in 1996.
Edited by: "ollie87" 30th Jan
ollie876 m ago

I've been a PC gamer since the early 90s, 60fps has ALWAYS been the …I've been a PC gamer since the early 90s, 60fps has ALWAYS been the target. You'd just turn down the settings until you got there.I remember playing Unreal Tournament at those frames back in the day back in 1999, and before that I aimed for 60fps in all the games I played as it matched the refresh rate of the 17 inch monitor I got in 1996.


Disagree. Maxed out at 1900x1200 above 30fps was the pinnacle, at least in the highly geeky circles I rolled in. Sure, you can turn down the settings, but that was never of any appeal.

Whatever floats your boat, though.
Marekj1 h, 2 m ago

Disagree. Maxed out at 1900x1200 above 30fps was the pinnacle, at least in …Disagree. Maxed out at 1900x1200 above 30fps was the pinnacle, at least in the highly geeky circles I rolled in. Sure, you can turn down the settings, but that was never of any appeal. Whatever floats your boat, though.



When I started gaming consumer 1900x1200 monitors didn't exist.

800x600 was the norm and you were posh if you had a 1024x768 display (I did). Actually when I started gaming on PC 3D accelerators weren't even the norm, you had a separate 2D and 3D card.

I still gamed at 60fps where possible. Smooth gameplay > graphics.

It's hard to tell the difference between 144Hz and 60Hz, but the difference between 30Hz and 60Hz is night and day. Test if for yourself now, set your monitor to 30Hz and see how your mouse "ghosts" around your screen. Good luck playing a competitive shooter that way.
Edited by: "ollie87" 30th Jan
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Shakeyyy9 h, 20 m ago

Can I ask how you overclocked your monitor?


If you have Nvidia gpu you can make a custom profile for resolution and refresh rate. Start at 60hz (or whatever your monitor currently is) and keep adding one hz until your monitor no longer displays then go one hz back.

You have now overclocked your monitor.

I had a 21:9 28 inch Asus that went to 80hz from 60hz

I now use a LG 21:9 32 inch that will only gonto 61hz from 60hz :(.

You can really tell the difference from 80 to 60
ollie878 h, 1 m ago

When I started gaming consumer 1900x1200 monitors didn't exist.800x600 was …When I started gaming consumer 1900x1200 monitors didn't exist.800x600 was the norm and you were posh if you had a 1024x768 display (I did). Actually when I started gaming on PC 3D accelerators weren't even the norm, you had a separate 2D and 3D card.I still gamed at 60fps where possible. Smooth gameplay > graphics.It's hard to tell the difference between 144Hz and 60Hz, but the difference between 30Hz and 60Hz is night and day. Test if for yourself now, set your monitor to 30Hz and see how your mouse "ghosts" around your screen. Good luck playing a competitive shooter that way.


Yes, as someone that started building desktops in the days of the 386, I understand all of this - I don't need to test 30 vs 60 fps.

You've missed my point slightly, in that I'm not saying that 60fps isn't a much more satisfying experience than 30fps, but it wasn't that long ago that running Metro or Crysis at 1900x1200 at max settings above 30fps was a big deal. 60fps was dreamland, unless you make compromises to image quality, as you suggested. That's still the case now, though. A 1050ti could hit 60+FPS in any game available if you drop the settings far enough. Hell, we have a 'Roblox' machine with a HD7850 that could do that, even today.
I'm still holding out for a 32 inch 4k IPS 10 bit monitor at "reasonable" cost.
Still waiting though, most matching this spec are 800+ and some over 1k.
This would be perfect if wall mountable
Any views on BenQ GW series GW2765HE @£200 : ballicom.co.uk/ben…BwE ?

IPS 2k 27" with VESA mount. Only other thing I want is a USB3 hub but can live without that.

Edit: ordered but worried I should have stumped up extra for Dell U2715H @ £360 ebuyer.com/697…dsn or waited for Acer H277HK @£300 again!
Edited by: "Peter_Windridge" 2nd Feb
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